Radiant Heating Systems for Greater Atlanta Homeowners

An efficient option for heating your home and staying comfortable

Radiant heating systems transfer heat by radiating it throughout the air. Radiant heating systems don’t warm a room quickly because they don’t use heated air. That makes them ideally suited for warmer climates like we have here in Georgia, where you don’t need to run them often.

While they raise the temperature in a certain room gradually, radiant heating systems are most beneficial for families affected by allergies and respiratory illnesses. Forced-air heating systems circulate dust and other airborne irritants. However, radiant heat doesn’t move any air around.

How Radiant Heating Systems Work

When you install a whole-home radiant heating system, your house gets divided into various heating zones. So, you get control over the temperature of various zones.

J.R. Bolton Services repairs, installs, and replaces radiant heating systems so you get max efficiency and comfort. You can get a free quote where we’ll show you exactly what we’ll do to improve both.

Just call 770.449.3692 or contact us online today to get your free quote.

We serve all of Greater Atlanta, including Auburn, Pine Lake, Cumming, Alpharetta, Duluth, Buford, Dacula, Grayson, Lawrenceville, Norcross, Suwanee, and many more.

Save money today with a radiant heating upgrade

Just call J.R. Bolton services at 770.449.3692 or contact us online to schedule your free radiant heating estimate today. We also do on-demand repairs and entire home energy audits to help you find all the sources of your energy inefficiency and discomfort.

We serve all of Greater Atlanta, including Auburn, Cumming, Alpharetta, Dacula, Duluth, Grayson, Lawrenceville, Norcross, North Metro, Suwanee, Braselton, Hoschton, Pendergrass, Talmo, and many others.

2 types of radiant heating systems J.R. Bolton services:

Old-fashioned upright radiators

You may remember these from your grandparent’s house. Or if you have an older home, you might actually have them. They use steam instead of hot water. However, they take a lot of energy to produce the steam, are highly inefficient, and don’t heat evenly either. If your budget allows it, you should have these replaced with an efficient wall-mounted radiator.

Radiant floor heating

All radiant heating systems need a thermal mass to store and radiate heat. With radiant floor heating, the floor is the mass. Radiant floor heating can use water or electric heating cable. In the case of water, warm water gets circulated beneath your floor in plastic pipe. With electric heating cable, wire beneath your floor supplies the heat.

Radiant floor heating gets expensive when used in your whole home, so it most often is used to heat specific rooms in your home, like your bathroom. Manufacturers go out of their way to shield the wiring in electric radiant heating so it doesn’t cause any ill health effects.

Save money today with a radiant heating upgrade

Just call J.R. Bolton services at 770.449.3692 or contact us online to schedule your free radiant heating estimate today. We also do on-demand repairs and entire home energy audits to help you find all the sources of your energy inefficiency and discomfort.

We serve all of Greater Atlanta, including Auburn, Cumming, Alpharetta, Dacula, Duluth, Grayson, Lawrenceville, Norcross, North Metro, Suwanee, Braselton, Hoschton, Pendergrass, Talmo, and many others.

Quiet comfort. Hot water baseboard (aka hydronic baseboard) heat is a popular form of radiant heating. This type of heat doesn’t require a ductwork system to blow conditioned air around.

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